Mackie D4 Pro

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#11
yh it looks sick

but dont expect 2 see clubs buying it right away

if its really that sick,,, like best of the A&H @ Djm800
it cud take over:not_worth


who knows
 
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#13
I've played on this mixer twice. Very nice I must say but well different than djm's. Very smooth peice of gear but much touchier than a djm, you move anything and you hear it.
 
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Subsonicdeejay1

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I really like it. I use Mackie 824's and they have given me no problems as a brand. This looks like a healthy competition for Allen and Heath... Not sure about the 1000 price tag though.
 
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